Synonyms & Antonyms : Entire





Entire



( Adjective )


The
entire village is destroyed by the storm.

Synonyms:

Whole

Full

Complete

Intact

Total

Contextual Examples:

The
whole world is at my disposal through the T.V. & Radio.

The cupboard was
full of old news papers.

They came as a
complete surprise to me.



Antonyms:

Broken

Partial

Divided

Damaged

Destroyed

Empty

Imperfect

Incomplete

Limited

Contextual Examples:

Quick fix joins everything except
broken heart.

This noon is going to be a
partial eclipse of the sun.

United we stand.
Divided we fall.




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